Mineral Point

Now Selling!- ​“Mineral Point” – Stanwood, WA

a new neighborhood by ​Grandview Homes 

​Discover Stanwood’s best new homes at Mineral Point, with a distinctive collection of designs from Grandview Home’s ​14 different floor plans. These exciting new homes start in the $300s and offer bright open floor plans , kitchens fit for a gourmet, gathering room with fireplace, and an easy flow that makes entertaining a breeze. Access to I-5 is less than 5 miles, with beaches, golf courses, State Parks, all within a 15 minute short drive. Mineral Point backs up to Cedarhome Elementary School and Stanwood High School is just blocks away.

 Call us today at (360) 435-0700 to begin your new ​lifestyle.

SLATE

TRAVERTINE

QUARTZ

SHALE

OPAL

​ONYX​

MARBLE

JASPER

​JADE

GRANITE

​COPPER

​AGATE

Windemere Arlington
Windermere Arlington
210 E. Burke Avenue
Arlington , WA 98223
(360) 435-0700



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Mineral Point – Phase One

Grandview Homes, LLC.

Ramblers

Floorplans Sq. Ft. PRICE    BR/BTH     Bonus Features

 

Granite      1,442      $364,900      3/2       Vaulted Living & Master

Quartz       1,477​      $364,900      3/2       Vaulted Living & Master

Gypsum    1,574      $369,900      3/2        Kitchen with Pantry

Opal         1,666      $379,900      3/2         Separate Dining with Coffered Ceiling

Slate         1,809      $399,900      3/2        Vaulted Ceiling with 5-piece Bath

Azalea      2,063      $429,900      3/2 2      Fireplaces & 3 Car Garage

2 Story’s

Floorplans    Sq. Ft.     PRICE   BR/BTH    Bonus Features

Agate              1,959      $374,900      3/2        Master on Main

Jasper             2,223      $412,900      3/2.5      Den/Office

Shale              2,290      $414,900      4/2.5     Den/Office & Bonus Rm

Jade                2,484      $424,900      4/2.5      Den/Office & Bonus Rm

Travertine2    1,817      $369,900      4/2.5      Den, Bonus Rm, 2 Car Garage

Travertine 3   1,817      $379,900      4/2.5      Den, Bonus Rm, 3 Car Garage

Onyx              1,897      $389,900      3/2.5      Loft & 3 Car Garage

Marble           2,088      $409,900      4/2.5      3 Car Garage

Copper           2,784      $469,900      3/2.5      Loft & 3 Car Garage

*** Note: Prices and Plans are subject to change without notice

​Listed Now – For Sale​

LOT #’s Floorplan

Style

Sq. Ft.

MLS #

Status Address Price
A Gypsum GL

Rambler

1574

1212135

Active 6720 278th St NW $369,900
C Azalea

Rambler

2063

1213649

PENDING

27731 68th Ave NW $439,445
1 Travertine 2

2 Story

1817

1233984

PENDING

6221 278th St NW $369,900
2 Granite

Rambler

1442

1212144

Active 6617 278th St NW $368,950
3 Shale

2 Story

2290

1215737

PENDING

6613 278th St NW $414,900
4 Jasper

2 Story

2223

1215751

Active 6609 278th St NW $419,900
5 Slate

Rambler

1809

1211964

PENDING 6605 278th St NW $399,900
6 Quartz

Rambler

1477

1213668

PENDING 6523 278th St NW $364,900
7 Marble

2 Story

2088

1215760

PENDING

6519 278th St NW $409,900
8 Jade

2 Story

2484

1233990

Contingent 6515 278th St NW $438,400
9 Slate

Rambler

1809

1243658

PENDING 6511 278th St NW $409,900
10 Jade

2 Story

2484

1237368

PENDING

6507 278th St NW $437,100
11 Onyx

2 Story

1897

1243667

Contingent 6503 278th St NW $399,900
12 Opal

Rambler

1666

1243859

Active 6431 278th St NW $389,900
13 Quartz

Rambler

1477

1239295

PENDING 6430 278th St NW $381,900
14 Opal

Rambler

1666

1227271

PENDING

6506 278th St NW $385,550
15 Travertine 2

2 Story

1817

1234673

PENDING

6510 278th St NW $383,150
16 Marble

2 Story

2088

1233999

Active 6514 278th St NW $419,900
17 Quartz

Rambler

1477

1213673

SOLD! 6518 278th St NW $368,950
18 Agate

2 Story

1959

1211957

SOLD!

6608 278th St NW $385,550
19 Slate

Rambler

1809

1213678

SOLD! 6612 278th St NW $411,185
20 Copper

2 Story

2784

1215768

PENDING

6616 278th St NW $478,550

THROUGH   THE   PROCESS   OF   BUYING   A   NEW   CONSTRUCTION HOME

Built by: Grandview Homes LLC

Buying a new construction home is different than purchasing a resale home – one that’s been previously owned by someone else. You’ll want to be familiar with and understand how the process works, now that you are at Mutual Approval.

1.   The floor plans and elevation included In the PSA are representative only and the end product may have some small differences: i.e. a tub shown as oval on the plan may actually be rectangular; a sink shown as oval may be a different shape. The specifications that are a part of the PSA will spell out in more detail what is included. Any walls/doors, etc. shown in a dotted   line is not standard.

2.   Room sizes, if indicated, are approximate. Locations of light fixtures, switches and outlets in one home may not be exactly the same in the next house.

3.   Every lot is different in terrain and shape than any other and the final features will also be different than any other.

4.   Availability of upgrades and modifications will be as indicated in the PSA and will depend on the stage of construction, design of the house, pending deliveries, and other factors.

5.   Your home is being built from a standard set of engineered & approved plans; therefore, wall/door/window locations may not be modified.

6.   Depending on the PSA, you may be selecting interior and exterior finishes from standard combinations available. But, unforeseen circumstances may occur, such as discontinuance of a product or finish. Although this is seldom, you may be asked to reselect from other options that are available.

7.   The Builder is aware of the terms of your PSA and all upgrades/selections you have made & will incorporate them into the house. It is necessary to understand that mistakes occur; but in the end, the house will contain the features promised by the PSA. If at any time, you have questions about the construction, you are welcome to contact me for clarification.

8.   Builder personnel and trades on site are not authorized to discuss the construction, agree to make changes, to quote prices, or quote completion dates. Any such questions should be routed through this office.

9.   As nice as it would be to control every piece of the building of your new home, realistically the house won’t be perfect when it’s complete. For example, the quality of wood used to frame the walls is just not what it used to be. You’ll see knot holes, crooked boards, perhaps what look like curious framing practices and so on. Unless you see significant problems, however, remember that each step of the build process has been or will be inspected by not only the foreman in charge of your project, but also by the local building inspector who should be keeping an eye on important features to assure the local building codes have been met. If you do see a significant problem, bring this to the attention of your Agent.

10.   Visiting the construction site, particularly during work hours is discouraged. There could be many physical hazards involved – workers carrying lumber, shooting nails, stringing wires, spraying drywall compounds. Some job sites will require the use of hard hats. And, being in the middle of work areas will   cause   confusion   and   delays   for   the   tradesmen.

11.   If you need to visit the house during construction, your agent will make an appointment for you and accompany you. Taking photos during construction, particularly of the exterior, is a nice way to remember this important time.

12   If there are any misc. materials at the end of construction, i.e. left-over tile, carpet, etc. will be left in the garage for your future use. A touch-up kit containing all of the paints used will also be left in the garage for your future use.

13.   Near the end of construction, you will have the opportunity for an orientation with the Builder. The purpose of this meeting is to introduce you to and explain the features and equipment. If, during that orientation, anything incorrect is noticed it will be noted for correction.

14.   You have the option of hiring your own property inspector near completion of the construction process to advise you. This inspection must be scheduled through our office to assure it does not conflict with activities on site.

15.   The City of Stanwood does not issue a Certificate of Occupancy. We will receive a copy of the permit inspection sheet with the “Final” category signed and dated by the Building Inspector.

16.   On the day of our final walk through, you will be presented with a Homeowners Manual prepared by the Builder.

 

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